Searching for a job can be overwhelming and pretty much sucks. With so many tools, search engines, and ideas, getting started feels like taking a stab in the dark. Before you give up and throw your whole computer away, I have a few tools and tricks to help you navigate the world of job searching to get you hits and nail your dream job.Read More
Work stress is the worst stress. We've all been there. You know, the breaking point of no return where you either cry at your desk or are "this close" to knocking over your computer and chucking the deuces in a blaze of glory. Or, how about hitting the old snooze button 5 times before getting up, or crying in your car before going inside the building. Work can be a scary and frustrating place. Taking a moment away for yourself can seem so counterproductive and impossible. But, the less time we make for ourselves the more likely we are to suffer health concerns and complete shutdown.Read More
We have all read the statistics about networking meant to scare us into the fetal position and drive us to day drink without a party in sight. TIme for the scary statistics (cue the horror film music). Don't Just Go To Work. Get Involved, Join Orgs, Go To Events, Network Like Hell!
WHY YOU AREN'T CLOSING THE DEAL
If the only way you are searching for a job is via online job boards, you are missing out on the hidden job market. You can't make #moneymoves when you are 1 of 250 applicants for a job.Read More
Most job seekers include way too much information on their resume. Including irrelevant and excessive information on your resume is a sure fire way to lose your audience. Here are a few tips to prevent your resume from resembling an episode of Hoarders.Read More